Bem-vindo ao mundo de HotDish, onde saber como se virar na cozinha é a receita para o sucesso! Monte sua carreira, um prato de cada vez começando na base da carreira culinária como cozinheiro auxiliar em um restaurante local da Itália com o sonho de um dia se tornar um chef francês 5 estrelas.
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Data de lançamento: 12/jan/2008
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Bem-vindo ao mundo de HotDish, onde saber como se virar na cozinha é a receita para o sucesso!

Monte sua carreira, um prato de cada vez começando na base da carreira culinária como cozinheiro auxiliar em um restaurante local da Itália com o sonho de um dia se tornar um chef francês 5 estrelas. Domine a precisão e exatidão necessária para levar pratos simples à mesa, executando seus vários passos e combinando ingredientes na hora certa para criar um produto final que seus clientes e os críticos vão amar! Ganhe estrelas para cada prato completo e use-as para destravar receitas mais complicadas, melhorias na cozinha e minigames. Se você não aguenta a pressão - saia da cozinha!

  • Dinâmica de jogo baseada em movimentos e tempo.
  • 45 níveis de jogo entre 3 locais: um restaurante de família na Itália, um luxuoso restaurante asiático de combinações e um restaurante cinco estrelas francês.
  • 80 pratos para preparar e dominar - aperitivos, entradas e sobremesas.
  • Poderes de cozinheiro, incluindo Tempo espátula, Temperos Secretos e o Mestre Cuca.
  • Três chefs mestres para te guiar - Mama Giovanni, Yokira Kurajumbo e Jean-Pierra Godolphin.
  • Cuidado com o Inspetor de saúde quando você tenta e limpa mesas no minigame Partida de Limpeza 3.

Requisitos de sistema

    Minimum:

    • Supported OS: Microsoft® Windows® 2000/XP/Vista
    • Processor: Intel Pentium III 700 MHz or faster
    • DirectX Version: DirectX 7.0 or later
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Hard Drive: 40 MB free hard disk space
    • Display: 800 x 600 minimum screen resolution
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5 de 7 pessoas (71%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
0.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 1 de julho
This game is about cooking like every other cooking game, but have few points that make it different, mostly in a negative way :

The cooking is not linear
This is somewhat a good addition and quite realistic. If you are cooking a fried rice it is logical if you are able to cut the fishes first, or cut the vegetables first, both should not matter. But both should be cut before frying them. Thus, this game does it quite correct in mixing between linear and progressive when cooking.

Degradation of materials
This is very weird. If you finish a food too fast, you will lose the quality of "materials" and your food quality, despite excellent cooking, will be reduced to nothing. And to finish your food in their best quality, all foods should be finished at the same time, to prevent "loss of materials". Strangely, to keep the materials fresh, all you need to do is chop or grill it. Very illogical. Don't you have some freezer or fridge while you are waiting? Also, which restaurant produce three main course at the same time?

Also, there is no explanation on each dish on what process they should take to finish, so you can time it well. Let's say, dish A requires 8 steps, dish B requires 4 steps. So, what you are going to do is finish dish A 4 steps, then synchronize ending with dish B. But in this game, you rely on blind luck.

Low quality graphics
Even Cooking Mama on Nintendo DS have better quality than this. If you simmer something, you don't "see" what is added. You don't really feel the vegetables that are put into the pan, or the sauce, or anything. The texture is very bad. I can go hungry after playing Cooking Mama on Nintendo DS, but not on this game.

No Progression
In this game, to progress a level you need to collect "stars" which is your quality of cooking. The stars could then be used to purchase new recipe. What is the benefit of purchasing new recipe? Nothing. There is no option to upgrade your store, or to put new things into the store, nothing. What's the benefit of getting new recipe? Just a new variation of cooking which you don't see well.

I got this game from a bundle, but still, don't purchase this game.
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2 de 4 pessoas (50%) acharam esta análise útil
1 pessoa achou esta análise engraçada
0.6 hrs registradas
Publicada: 5 de julho
First impression: Hot Dish is a decent casual time-management game.

Based on recipes, you cook several dishes simultaneously (the challenge is to finish them quickly and at the same time) and work your way through 3 restaurants and hence through 3 different types of cuisine. There's also some match-3 going on from time to time. The tasks are fairly complex for a time-management game right off the bat, because you have to coordinate the different dishes, but it's still easy to get into.

The game runs at 800x600, and I had trouble getting my stirring properly recognized: for some of the sub-tasks, there is also very little feedback if you did them well, or what you'd need to improve if any. It is also difficult to memorize recipes since you don't do them in order, but you basically have to because dishes need to be done at the same time.

This may be a great game to have on your phone or tablet while waiting at the restaurant, but it didn't really impress me much as a PC game.
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24 de 32 pessoas (75%) acharam esta análise útil
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0.1 hrs registradas
Publicada: 1 de janeiro de 2013
Hot Dish is a vaguely racist kitchen simulator where you click things to cook them. All your favourite nationalities and stereotypes are present. It's 35 MB though so make sure you have bandwidth room before downloading.
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0.2 hrs registradas
Publicada: 7 de outubro de 2014
Waiting for the Game of the Year edition to come out.
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